Mark Saggers presents coverage of the day's Euro 2008 qualifying games, including at 6.30pm
England's crucial Group E match in Israel, with full commentary by Mike Ingham , Alan Green and former England manager Graham Taylor. And at
3.00 commentary from Group B leaders Scotland v Georgia, plus updates from the first ever football match to be played at Croke Park, as Republic of Ireland take on Wales in Group D. Northern Ireland are in Liechtenstein for their Group F qualifier, and there are matches in the English and Scottish domestic leagues. Before that, in what is an historic event, football returns to Wembley, with an under-21 match between England and Italy at 12.30pm. Away from the football, expect to hear the final round of group matches at the Cricket World Cup-England v Kenya and Australia v South Africa - plus news from rugby union's Anglo-Welsh Cup semi-finals. And at 5.00 Sports Report, featuring players and managers with speedy reaction to the day's top games.
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